Foundation Degree CHYPS
This essay makes an attempt to suggest the influences that may have shaped contemporary service provision which brought about the Inclusion policy within the National School Systems.It will examine political and social impacts and be both analytical and critical. Providing evidence, theories, and demonstrate governmental and organizational influences which has led to the current legislation which is now in place. [T]here is now no reasonable excuse for refusing to face the fact that nothing but a eugenics religion can save our civilization from the fate that has overtaken all previous civilizations.
George Bernard Shaw
The term 'eugenics' was first created by Francis Galton in 1883. It would appear that there was a few countable factors that led Galton to his ideas of selective breeding. Frances was the second cousin of Charles Darwin who wrote ‘On the Origons of the species’. Some people would argue that to this day this book is one of the few original and major work of science that can be read. ‘On the Orgions of the species’, was published in 1859, presents Darwin’s theory of evolution. The book presents ideas on natural selection gathered through scientific evidence. Darwin had been greatly inspired and motivated into his research and theories by the classical economist thinker Reverend Thomas Robert Malthus. WIKIPEDIA (2013) states that Malthus became widely known for his theories about change in population. His ‘An Essay on the Principle of Population’ (1826), stated that sooner or later population will be checked by famine and disease, leading to what is known as a Malthusian catastrophe. He was significantly concerned about the dangers of population growth. He said "The power of population is indefinitely greater than the power in the earth to produce subsistence for man". His views became leading in his field. Most importantly is that the forerunner of evolutionary biology Charles Darwin read his works pre ‘On the...
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